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Wild boar and deer at the Veluwe

Week number: 80-29

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Large groups of wild boar and deer live in the nature reserve the Veluwe. The animals are getting additional food to give the tourists a chance to take a close look. Fences and cattle grids have been put up to protect the animals from the motor traffic. A special viaduct will also arise so the deer can cross the road safely. SHOTS: group of wild boar; tourists look at a group of deer at a feeding place from a lookout; cattle grid in the forest; traffic sign warning for crossing deer; scale model of the wildlife viaduct; group of deer in the forest.

Creator:
Polygoon-Profilti (producer) / Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (curator)
Publication date:
1 January 1980
Length:
03:22

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Contributions:
Bloemendal, Philip (commentaar)
Type:
video
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User:
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
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